St Mirren v St Johnstone preview

Team news ahead of St Mirren's final Scottish Premier League game against St Johnstone on Saturday at St Mirren Park.

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St Mirren have an unchanged squad for their game.

Hugh Murray is the only player out for the visit of St Johnstone.

The midfielder does not need an operation on his knee injury but still faces three to four months out.

St Johnstone are boosted by the return of Danny Grainger

Defender Grainger has recovered from a groin problem and will be added to the squad for the visit to Paisley.

Kevin Moon remains on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.

St Mirren (from): Gallacher, McAusland, McGregor, Potter, Thomson, Higdon, Travner, Dargo, McLean, Van Zanten, Mair, Mooy, McGowan, Goodwin, Barron, McKernon, Wardlaw, Samson.

St Johnstone (from): Enckelman, Maybury, Invincibile, Duberry, MacKay, Anderson, Adams, Reynolds, Craig, Davidson, Millar, MacDonald, Jackson, May, Taylor, Robertson, Smith, Durnan, Grainger.

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